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before appearance of opposition politician who is a candidate for prime minister in next year's election. it went off at the train station. no groups have admitted to the attack. georgia has finished voting for a new president. the ballots are still being counted. exit polls show a victory for -- and now sporting opponent -- an outspoken opponent of the outgoing leader. >> as it -- exit polls show the 44-year-old and ahead of 22 other candidates including the candidate of the countries -- country's outgoing president. he has come out to the media and confirmed his defeat and congratulated his rival. although, official results will only come out in two weeks. and technically it is being treated and is still remains. this bold is less about the country future but saying the by to the country's pass an outgoing president. his almost 10 year long presidency ends with this vote. how was his legacy? my report on that. the tractors of georgia's outgoing president. they follow mikhail everywhere to leave him and no doubt. he was the once popular leader of the rose revolution. the first revolutio
turmoil in june twenty twelve behind morrissey became the country's first democratically elected president. however as this bush or his push for islam is back constitution spot down the unrest in december that same year. violence erupted again this summer and tim morrissey protests prompted the military to oust islam is the year followed by a vicious crackdown on muslim brotherhood supporters in which more anon sounds and people were killed. political analysts and journalists while esteemed are believes the trial against the muslim brotherhood two years as part of broader political clamp down on islamist ideology in egypt. this is the change that and it's like a deja vu for egypt another president another trial in less than three years. and what we're seeing is a rerun of a politicized trial. of course there are things that president bush he has done just like hosting mubarak has but i don't think that he's on trial. for the for the exact times that she's gone off. the reason he's being put on trial is because of is the most rather than ideology and the way he ran the country have but that
seemed pretty sure in your speech that the u.s. is aiding terrorists. some of these elected officials have defended their actions by saying they're only working off the evidence they've been provided by intelligence agencies. where's the discrepancies? do you think they're getting tall information needed to make their decisions? >> i think what the politicians are liing to the american people. think they know darn well what they're doing specifically in egypt where you have 35,000 people rise up against muhammad morossi. the government gave them $1.3 million. obama was a big supporter and he's part of the muslim brotherhood. the people in egypt, they stood up 30% of those people were christians and said we're just not going to do it anymore and they threw out moment morossi. lindsey graham and john mccain tried to get them back in power after people through them out. >> i do want to look at what senator mccain had to say in response to your statement. i'm going to play that right now. >> well, sir, i look forward to you running for office. no one's preventing you from that even in thi
was found to be funneling client funds from his insurance brokerage to the election campaign. he was also charged with conspiracy where he and his partner orchestrated an illegal land swap of use government property. "mr. renzi abused his power and corresponding trust became a being a member of congress by putting his own financial interest or the interest of citizens." to break down this case and what applications it may have to milers joined earlier by the director of the citizens for responsibility -- it may have, i was joined earlier by the director of the citizens first possibility. >> this was the bigger part of the case, the part that really advocated the abuse of public trust. mr. renzi used his position in congress to insist that the coppermine purchase plaland for. salmon in order for mr. sam went to pay back a debt that he owed to representative renzi. the truss company was not interested in this land. they were interested in making a land swap for some other land. but renzi kept pushing this land and he wanted it valued at a much higher price than it was worth. eventually, sum
to remove may or election coming up tuesday and build a boss or the democratic nominee is expected to win he's been critical of stop and frisk if he wins it would take images and it does this court opinion matter if you get selected two stances were just not doing this anymore well the way he can do that because i guess certain he can cut stepping into that but i think i've read the activists are trying to make sure that this is also something about by the legal system in case that does not happen so i certainly that's possible. and people are hoping but we have to say may even nokia been very anti stop and frisk throughout the campaign he is also said that it's on the particular use in the over use of the stop and frisk program that some questionable so we'll have to wait and see if he sticks to his words interested marches on a stasi turkmen from your kitchen. no one to chicago where budget cuts to mental health services and rampant crime and drug use to create an uneasy situation the nation's largest jail arches was walgreens you the story. cook county jail the chicago sky county jail hol
election angered by revelations of the industry's activities to submit to a trough resolution to the general assembly. this comes as the us plans to break huge pay to warehouse to stall the millions upon millions of emails and phone calls. it's connected on to greener pulling on that some americans bleeding to stop it known for its debts are high paint a picture ask now is utah has long been home to the nation's largest population of more weeks it's also home to america is soon to be the guests by complex occurred inside the middle of an army base. so you can get to but the protests in the army to protest the nsa garfield learns his lesson on independence day. when police could get a bit more than a hundred restore the fourth activist from protesting in front of the anc's one point five billion dollars data center shortly thereafter the group sought a way to claim a two mile long stay right next to the nsa to confront any tickets out for being there. my latest adopt a highway me think of and we can clean up in the us and the sign will be placed might feel that says restoring t
at this as timberland. local elections because of the designs promote reconciliation are marked by intimidation. us secretary of state john kerry holds talks in cairo today before the start of ousted president muhammad were safe while. byron is move a step closer to breaking yet another
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